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This Week’s Message from Touching Lives with James Merritt

James Merritt - January 7, 2018

Decision Guide

Why is every decision important? Because where you are today is the result of decisions you made yesterday. And every choice you make today affects tomorrow. Whether you have historically made good decisions and are reaping good results, or you have a tendency to make the wrong choices and are suffering the consequences, God wants to help you get from your current circumstances to an even greater place in Him.

From Series: "Yes But..."

It's a word that can change everything. It paints a contrast between the world's path and God's ideal. It one way that God lets us know how He makes a way, when there seems to be no way. So much hope, encouragement and inspiration wrapped up in a simple, thee-letter word: but. Join Pastor Merritt as we open Scripture to look at four exceptional verses. Exceptional because the word but changes everything. Through this teaching series you'll learn how God turns harm into good, death to life, our dreams to His plans, and our fear into faith. Yes, But will be four practical sermons that you will not want to miss.

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James Merritt - January 7, 2018

Decision Guide

Why is every decision important? Because where you are today is the result of decisions you made yesterday. And every choice you make today affects tomorrow. Whether you have historically made good decisions and are reaping good results, or you have a tendency to make the wrong choices and are suffering the consequences, God wants to help you get from your current circumstances to an even greater place in Him.

From Series: "Yes But..."

It's a word that can change everything. It paints a contrast between the world's path and God's ideal. It one way that God lets us know how He makes a way, when there seems to be no way. So much hope, encouragement and inspiration wrapped up in a simple, thee-letter word: but. Join Pastor Merritt as we open Scripture to look at four exceptional verses. Exceptional because the word but changes everything. Through this teaching series you'll learn how God turns harm into good, death to life, our dreams to His plans, and our fear into faith. Yes, But will be four practical sermons that you will not want to miss.

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James Merritt - January 7, 2018

Decision Guide

Why is every decision important? Because where you are today is the result of decisions you made yesterday. And every choice you make today affects tomorrow. Whether you have historically made good decisions and are reaping good results, or you have a tendency to make the wrong choices and are suffering the consequences, God wants to help you get from your current circumstances to an even greater place in Him.

From Series: "Yes But..."

It's a word that can change everything. It paints a contrast between the world's path and God's ideal. It one way that God lets us know how He makes a way, when there seems to be no way. So much hope, encouragement and inspiration wrapped up in a simple, thee-letter word: but. Join Pastor Merritt as we open Scripture to look at four exceptional verses. Exceptional because the word but changes everything. Through this teaching series you'll learn how God turns harm into good, death to life, our dreams to His plans, and our fear into faith. Yes, But will be four practical sermons that you will not want to miss.

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